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ISSN: 2167-1044

Journal of Depression and Anxiety
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Petr Telensky

Faculty of Natural Science in the Department of Physiology at Charles University.
Biography

Dr. Petr Telenský is a Faculty of Natural Science in the Department of Physiology at Charles University.

His scientific focus

physiology and behavior of memory, spatial navigation of animals and humans, systemic neurobiology, neurophysiology hippocampus and cerebral cortex, neurobiology of stress, neuroethology


Selected publications over the last 5 years

Freedom J,  Telensky P, K Blahna, Vodicka M, Stuchlik A. (2015) The role of the posterior parietal cortex rat in the Coordinating spatial representations During avoidance place in dissociated reference frames on a Continuously rotating arena (Carousel). Behav Brain Res. 16; 292: 1 to 9

Freedom J, Telenský P, Blahna K, J Bures, Stuchlík A.  (2012) Comparison of male and female rats in avoidance of a moving object: more thigmotaxis, hypolocomotion and fear-like reactions in females. Physiol Res. 61 (6): 659-63.

Telensky P, J Svoboda, Blahna K, J Bures, Kubik S, Stuchlik A (2011) Functional Inactivation of the rat hippocampus disrupts avoidance of a moving object. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108 (13): 5414-5418.

Blahna K, J Svoboda, Telenský P, Clement D (2011) Inertial stimuli generated by arena rotation are Important for acquisition of the active place avoidance task. Behav. Brain Res. 216 (1): 207-213.

Research Interest

Physiology and behavior of memory, spatial navigation of animals and humans, systemic neurobiology, neurophysiology hippocampus and cerebral cortex, neurobiology of stress, neuroethology

Publications

Spatial Navigation Complaints are Associated with Anxiety Regardless of the Real Performance in Non-Demented Elderly

Katerina Sheardova, Jan Laczó, Martin Vyhnalek, Ivana Mokrisova, Petr Telensky, Ross Andel and Jakub Hort

Research Article: J Depress Anxiety 2015, 4: 205

DOI: 10.4172/2167-1044.1000205

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